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Positional and pitching eligibility for 2013

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Multiposition-eligible hitters for Draft Day 2013
Player POS1 POS2/3 GPC GP1B GP2B GP3B GPSS GPOF
Ben Zobrist, TB OF 2B/SS 0 0 58 0 47 71
Daniel Descalso, STL 2B SS/3B 0 5 96 22 26 0
Jamey Carroll, MIN 2B 3B/SS 0 0 66 44 37 0
Sean Rodriguez, TB 3B SS/2B 0 0 37 49 47 0
Matt Carpenter, STL 1B 3B/OF 0 44 5 33 0 22
Jeff Keppinger, CHW 3B 1B/2B 0 27 27 50 0 0
Brent Lillibridge, CHC OF 1B/3B 0 23 6 18 21 35
Maicer Izturis, TOR 3B 2B/SS 0 0 29 30 26 0
Martin Prado, ARI OF 3B 0 4 10 25 13 119
Danny Espinosa, WAS 2B SS 0 0 126 0 36 0
Marco Scutaro, SF 2B SS 0 0 118 15 27 0
John Mayberry, PHI OF 1B 0 27 0 0 0 131
Corey Hart, MIL 1B OF 0 103 0 0 0 53
Hanley Ramirez, LAD 3B SS 0 0 0 98 57 0
Nick Swisher, CLE OF 1B 0 41 0 0 0 109
Buster Posey, SF C 1B 114 29 0 0 0 0
Tyler Colvin, COL OF 1B 0 31 0 0 0 107
Garrett Jones, PIT 1B OF 0 72 0 0 0 66
Kevin Youkilis, NYY 3B 1B 0 26 0 111 0 0
Ryan Roberts, TB 3B 2B 0 0 54 78 0 1
Jordan Pacheco, COL 3B 1B 5 43 0 82 0 0
Mark Trumbo, LAA OF 1B 0 21 0 8 0 101
Joaquin Arias, SF 3B SS 0 0 4 74 50 0
Cliff Pennington, ARI SS 2B 0 0 32 0 93 0
Allen Craig, STL 1B OF 0 91 0 0 0 31
Carlos Santana, CLE C 1B 100 21 0 0 0 1
Todd Frazier, CIN 3B 1B 0 39 0 73 0 8
Chris Nelson, COL 3B 2B 0 0 21 92 1 0
Alexi Amarista, SD 2B OF 0 0 52 1 12 42
Stephen Lombardozzi, WAS 2B OF 0 0 51 13 1 41
Tyler Greene, HOU 2B SS 0 0 59 0 43 3
Joe Mauer, MIN C 1B 74 30 0 0 0 0
Juan Rivera, NYY 1B OF 0 54 0 0 0 47
Ty Wigginton, STL 1B 3B 0 71 0 22 0 7
Mike Napoli, BOS C 1B 72 28 0 0 0 0
Michael Cuddyer, COL OF 1B 0 26 0 0 0 74
Ramon Santiago, DET 2B SS 0 0 71 6 20 0
Greg Dobbs, MIA OF 3B 0 18 0 36 0 37
Cody Ransom, SD SS 3B 0 1 6 35 48 0
Skip Schumaker, LAD 2B OF 0 0 61 0 0 26
Michael Young, PHI 1B 3B 0 41 16 25 4 0
Ryan Raburn, CLE OF 2B 0 0 32 0 0 52
Jerry Hairston, LAD 3B 2B 0 1 30 32 2 18
Ryan Doumit, MIN C OF 59 1 0 0 0 22
Logan Morrison, MIA OF 1B 0 21 0 0 0 59
Josh Harrison, PIT 2B SS 0 0 28 14 25 13
Chris Davis, BAL OF 1B 0 38 0 0 0 41
Brandon Moss, OAK 1B OF 0 55 0 0 0 24
Luis Cruz, LAD 3B SS 0 0 2 51 24 0
Wilson Valdez, SF SS 2B 0 0 22 14 33 5
Elian Herrera, LAD OF 3B 0 0 13 20 2 38
Orlando Hudson, CHW 2B 3B 0 0 44 29 0 0
Ryan Flaherty, BAL 2B OF 0 3 28 17 1 24
Nick Punto, LAD 3B 2B 0 5 26 31 6 0
Omar Quintanilla, NYM 2B SS 0 0 34 0 30 0
Jeff Baker, TEX OF 1B 0 20 9 4 0 31
Ronny Cedeno, STL 2B SS 0 0 28 3 27 0
Mike Carp, SEA OF 1B 0 23 0 0 0 24
Dual-eligible pitchers for Draft Day 2013
National American
Player GS RP App Player GS RP App
Kyle Kendrick, PHI 25 12 Derek Lowe, NYY 21 17
Carlos Zambrano, MIA 20 15 Tommy Hunter, BAL 20 13
Freddy Garcia, SD 17 13 Philip Humber, CHW 16 10
Carlos Villanueva, CHC 16 22 Hisashi Iwakuma, SEA 16 14
Jeremy Hefner, NYM 13 13 Brian Matusz, BAL 16 18
Kris Medlen, ATL 12 38 Travis Blackley, OAK 15 13
Josh Collmenter, ARI 11 17 Jerome Williams, LAA 15 17
Wade LeBlanc, MIA 9 16 Brian Duensing, MIN 11 44
Josh Outman, COL 7 20 David Phelps, NYY 11 22
Fernando Abad, WAS 6 31 Brett Cecil, TOR 9 12
Vin Mazzaro, PIT 6 12 Franklin Morales, BOS 9 28
Miguel Batista, COL 5 30 Garrett Richards, LAA 9 21
Andrew Cashner, SD 5 28 Brad Lincoln, TOR 5 47
Anthony Swarzak, MIN 5 39
Everett Teaford, KC 5 13
Primary position changes for 2013
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Player Old POS New POS Player Old POS New POS
Daniel Murphy, NYM 1B 2B Lucas Harrell, HOU RP SP
Jordan Pacheco, COL 1B 3B Matt Moore, TB RP SP
Adam Kennedy, LAD 1B 3B Felix Doubront, BOS RP SP
Miguel Cabrera, DET 1B 3B Lance Lynn, STL RP SP
Mark Trumbo, LAA 1B OF Chris Sale, CHW RP SP
Chris Davis, BAL 1B OF Jeff Samardzija, CHC RP SP
Jeff Baker, TEX 1B OF Luis Mendoza, KC RP SP
Mike Carp, SEA 1B OF Mike Fiers, MIL RP SP
Xavier Nady, KC 1B OF Jose Quintana, CHW RP SP
Michael Morse, SEA 1B OF Scott Feldman, CHC RP SP
Jesus Guzman, SD 1B OF Hector Noesi, SEA RP SP
Steve Pearce, BAL 1B OF Dallas Keuchel, HOU P SP
Tyler Moore, WAS 1B OF Aaron Laffey, NYM RP SP
Darin Ruf, PHI 1B OF Brian Matusz, BAL SP RP
Lars Anderson, CHW 1B OF Carlos Villanueva, CHC SP RP
Matt Downs, MIA 2B 1B Anthony Bass, SD RP SP
Taylor Green, MIL 2B 1B Samuel Deduno, MIN RP SP
Jeff Keppinger, CHW 2B 3B Miguel Gonzalez, BAL RP SP
Maicer Izturis, TOR 2B 3B Eric Stults, SD RP SP
Joaquin Arias, SF 2B 3B Jerome Williams, LAA SP RP
Chris Nelson, COL 2B 3B Justin Germano, TOR RP SP
Nick Punto, LAD 2B 3B Corey Kluber, CLE RP SP
Gil Velazquez, MIA 2B 3B P.J. Walters, MIN RP SP
Scott Moore, OAK 2B 3B Drew Hutchison, TOR P SP
Jason Donald, CIN 2B 3B Josh Collmenter, ARI SP RP
Luis Valbuena, CHC 2B 3B Brian Duensing, MIN SP RP
Luke Hughes, OAK 2B 3B David Phelps, NYY SP RP
Nick Green, MIA 2B 3B Daniel Bard, BOS RP SP
Ben Zobrist, TB 2B OF Brett Cecil, TOR SP RP
Bill Hall, LAA 2B OF Wade LeBlanc, MIA SP RP
Nate Spears, CLE 2B OF Andrew Werner, OAK P SP
Jordany Valdespin, NYM 2B OF Neftali Feliz, TEX RP SP
Wilson Valdez, SF 2B SS Josh Outman, COL SP RP
Ruben Tejada, NYM 2B SS Edgar Gonzalez, HOU RP SP
Luis Hernandez, TEX 2B SS Esmerling Vasquez, MIN RP SP
Alberto Gonzalez, CHC 2B SS Vin Mazzaro, PIT SP RP
Jonathan Herrera, COL 2B SS Cory Luebke, SD RP SP
Pete Kozma, STL 2B SS Brooks Raley, CHC P SP
Edwin Maysonet, CHC 2B SS Miguel Batista, COL SP RP
Jacob Elmore, HOU 2B SS Brad Lincoln, TOR SP RP
Matt Carpenter, STL 3B 1B Anthony Swarzak, MIN SP RP
Ty Wigginton, STL 3B 1B Jason Berken, CHC RP SP
Michael Young, PHI 3B 1B Steve Johnson, BAL SP RP
Mike Costanzo, CIN 3B 1B Randy Wells, TEX SP RP
Zach Lutz, NYM 3B 1B Jenrry Mejia, NYM RP SP
Edwin Encarnacion, TOR 3B 1B Chad Jenkins, TOR SP RP
Mark Reynolds, CLE 3B 1B Guillermo Moscoso, KC SP RP
Miguel Cairo, CIN 3B 1B Zach Stewart, CHW SP RP
Mat Gamel, MIL 3B 1B Tyler Thornburg, MIL SP RP
Chad Tracy, WAS 3B 1B Yusmeiro Petit, SF RP SP
Mike Olt, TEX 3B 1B Casey Coleman, CHC SP RP
Daniel Descalso, STL 3B 2B Tom Gorzelanny, MIL SP RP
Josh Harrison, PIT 3B 2B Alexi Ogando, TEX SP RP
Logan Forsythe, SD 3B 2B Cody Allen, CLE P RP
Michael Martinez, PHI 3B 2B Luis Avilan, ATL P RP
Tony Abreu, SF 3B 2B Scott Barnes, CLE SP RP
Greg Dobbs, MIA 3B OF Brad Boxberger, SD P RP
Jimmy Paredes, HOU 3B OF Alberto Cabrera, CHC SP RP
Russ Canzler, BAL 3B OF Carter Capps, SEA P RP
Yamaico Navarro, BAL 3B OF David Carpenter, BOS P RP
Chone Figgins, MIA 3B OF Phil Coke, DET SP RP
Mark DeRosa, TOR 3B OF Wade Davis, KC SP RP
James Darnell, SD 3B OF Sean Doolittle, OAK SP RP
Brandon Hicks, NYM 3B SS Josh Edgin, NYM P RP
Ramiro Pena, ATL 3B SS Pedro Figueroa, OAK SP RP
Mike Aviles, CLE 3B SS Charlie Furbush, SEA SP RP
Andy Parrino, SD 3B SS Jim Henderson, MIL P RP
Steve Hill, STL C 1B Livan Hernandez, MIL SP RP
Yan Gomes, CLE C 1B Nate Jones, CHW SP RP
Josh Donaldson, OAK C 3B Aaron Loup, TOR P RP
Eric Fryer, MIN C OF Shane Loux, SF SP RP
Billy Butler, KC DH 1B Andrew Miller, BOS SP RP
Johnny Damon, CLE DH OF Clayton Mortensen, BOS SP RP
Corey Hart, MIL OF 1B Brett Myers, CLE SP RP
Garrett Jones, PIT OF 1B Adam Ottavino, COL SP RP
Allen Craig, STL OF 1B Brad Penny, SF SP RP
Juan Rivera, NYY OF 1B Elvin Ramirez, NYM SP RP
Brandon Moss, OAK OF 1B Tyler Robertson, MIN SP RP
Yonder Alonso, SD OF 1B Esmil Rogers, TOR SP RP
Carlos Lee, MIA OF 1B Trevor Rosenthal, STL SP RP
Luke Scott, TB OF 1B Robbie Ross, TEX SP RP
Lance Berkman, TEX OF 1B James Russell, CHC SP RP
Brandon Belt, SF OF 1B Alfredo Simon, CIN SP RP
Eric Hinske, ARI OF 1B Mickey Storey, TOR P RP
Willie Harris, CIN OF 2B Shawn Tolleson, LAD P RP
Blake DeWitt, ATL OF 2B Nick Vincent, SD SP RP
Marco Scutaro, SF SS 2B
Ronny Cedeno, STL SS 2B
Ryan Theriot, SF SS 2B
Mike Fontenot, TB SS 2B
Adrian Cardenas, CHC SS 2B
Brock Holt, BOS SS 2B
Charlie Culberson, COL SS 2B
Tommy Field, LAA SS 2B
Yuniesky Betancourt, PHI SS 2B
Freddy Galvis, PHI SS 2B
Adam Rosales, OAK SS 2B
Ryan Jackson, STL SS 2B
Jurickson Profar, TEX SS 2B
Chase d'Arnaud, PIT SS 2B
Sean Rodriguez, TB SS 3B
Hanley Ramirez, LAD SS 3B
Luis Cruz, LAD SS 3B
Manny Machado, BAL SS 3B
Trevor Plouffe, MIN SS 3B
Steve Tolleson, CHW SS 3B
Pedro Ciriaco, BOS SS 3B
Eduardo Escobar, MIN SS 3B
Donnie Murphy, MIL SS 3B
Adeiny Hechavarria, MIA SS 3B
Ray Olmedo, CHW SS 3B
Emilio Bonifacio, TOR SS OF
Drew Sutton, PIT SS OF
Kris Negron, CIN SS OF
Mike McCoy, TOR SS OF

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Brewers' Khris Davis to work on being a patient hitter in 2015
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Brewers outfielder Khris Davis realizes he didn't show patience at the plate last year in his first full major-league season, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

"I built a reputation in the organization of being a patient hitter," Davis said. "I felt like I wasn't a patient hitter at all last year. I was a little eager, wanting to please too much, too early. I found out I'm human."

Davis drew just 32 walks in 549 plate appearances while posting a .299 OBP in 2014, a number far away from his career .392 OBP in the minors.

"He was different last year," manager Ron Roenicke said. "Everybody goes through different phases. Guys change. (His walk total) was too low. He's a guy I think should be fairly patient. He sees pitches well. When he starts getting anxious, he becomes more aggressive and chases more. He realizes it, which is the first step. If you don't realize it and don't listen to other people when they tell you that, then you have issues. You have to have good self-awareness to be a good player. Sometimes these players don't have good self-awareness. But if they had better self-awareness they'd be a better player."

Davis is determined to fulfill the potential that caused the organization to move Ryan Braun to right field before the 2014 season and plug Davis into the regular left-field role.

"I can't thank them enough for having patience with me," Davis said. "I'm going to work it out. When you get here, you want to stay. That's the toughest part at first. I don't think this league has seen the best of me yet. I'm ready to pull that out and prove it day by day. I learned so many lessons there are too many to name."

Davis hit .244/.299/.457 with 22 home runs and 69 RBI in 501 at-bats.


Indians' Francona keeping a close eye on Giovanny Urshela
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Indians manager Terry Francona has been keeping a close eye on third-base prospect Giovanny Urshela, who was only recently cleared for a full range of activities after tweaking his knee during winter ball, MLB.com reports.

"He has a tremendous reputation of being a really good defender," Francona said. "I think I've been more wanting to watch his gait, just to make sure he's not favoring that leg. He promised us that, if he was, he'd let us know, but I also know he's a young kid in his first major-league camp."

Urshela suffered the injury on Nov. 15 and has rehabbed the injured knee at the team's spring-training facility in Goodyear, Ariz.

"He's worked really hard to get himself to where he can go through a normal spring," said Indians' director of player development Carter Hawkins. "We're very excited about the spot he's in right now, given the possible outcomes of the injury."

Urshela saw his first action at the Triple-A level in 2014, hitting .276/.331/.473 with 13 home runs and 65 RBI in 395 at-bats with Columbus.


Reds' Brennan Boesch to see time at first base this spring
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Reds manager Bryan Price indicated Friday that outfielder Brennan Boesch would see time at all three outfield spots as well as at first base as he competes for a roster spot this spring, MLB.com reports.

"We already know he's a terrific player," Price said of Boesch, who has never played first base professionally. "He kind of got banged up and lost his way a little bit, but I think he feels -- and we feel -- that he's back on top of his game, and maybe his best days are ahead of him."

Boesch said he doesn't see the battle for a reserve outfield role as a "competition."

"I only care about the competition against the pitcher, and that's really as basic as I keep it," Boesch said. "You aren't competing against other players. We're all on the same side here. We're all wearing Red jerseys. Let the chips fall where they may."

Boesch struggled in limited time with the Angels in 2014 but hit .332/.381/.636 with 25 home runs, 85 RBI and 10 stolen bases in 374 at-bats with Triple-A Salt Lake.


Dodgers' Mattingly: Turner has 'put a lot of time in and it shows'
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Dodgers infielder Justin Turner earned a nonroster invitation to the team's camp last year and ended up leading the team in batting average, and he's been working on his body like a fiend over the winter, MLB.com reports.

"Going into last year, we felt if he played every day, he'd get in trouble, and we found that out, but this year maybe he can handle more," manager Don Mattingly said Friday. "He's really been diligent about his work, been at Dodger Stadium almost daily. He's put a lot of time in and it shows."

Turner credited strength-and-conditioning coach Brandon McDaniel for his workout success.

"Brandon did everything. He's been a one-man wrecking crew," said Turner. "He and his family deserve the credit. I've been able to establish a routine and train consistently. Before I signed a year ago, I was on my own, going to 24 Hour Fitness, had to coordinate everything myself."

Turner added that he lost 18 pounds this winter through a healthier diet. Mattingly said that he intends to use the infielder at the corner-infield positions and also potentially up the middle.


Nationals' Matt Skole: 'I'm eating healthy and working hard'
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Nationals first baseman Matt Skole missed most of 2013 after undergoing Tommy John surgery and struggled at the plate in 2014 but showed up to camp in better shape and will look to rebound in 2015, MLB.com reports.

"This offseason, I had a little more time to work on my body," Skole said. "I really got after it in the weight room. I ate right. I ate healthy. I think that was probably the biggest difference for me. I'm about the same weight as I was. I just leaned out a little bit. I'm eating healthy and working hard."

Skole worked with hitting coordinator Troy Gingrich for a month after the season and learned to keep his hands up in order to hit the ball consistently after having his hands too low during his down 2014 season.

"After taking a year off, it was more difficult than I thought it would be," the left-handed-swinging Skole said. "But coming back, I turned some corners, made some strides as far as getting to know myself as a player and know the things I need to fix. I think everything I did last year was a stepping stone for this year."

Skole hit .241/.352/.399 with 14 home runs and 68 RBI in 461 at-bats with Double-A Harrisburg last season.


Report: Dodgers sign center fielder Travis Witherspoon
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) The Dodgers signed center fielder Travis Witherspoon to their organization, according to a report from Baseball America

Witherspoon has previously been in the Angels and Mariners organizations. In six years of minor-league ball, Witherspoon has posted a career batting average of .252 with 68 home runs. He hit a minor-league single-season best 15 home runs in 2014 with the Mariners' Single-A affiliate High Desert Mavericks. 


Phillies' Buchanan 'working on being a complete pitcher'
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Phillies pitcher David Buchanan is "working on being a complete pitcher," manager Ryan Sandberg said, per the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The team's coaches spoke with Buchanan in the fall about command and pitch sequencing, executing bunts and thwarting would-be base-stealers, and Sandberg noted while examining the players that arrived early that the pitcher had taken the advice to heart.

"My biggest goal [this spring] is to show our front office and our coaches that I can throw the ball over the plate," Buchanan said. "That's one thing I had success with last year. I wasn't walking guys. I was throwing strikes, and that's what I'm known for. That's why I succeeded in the minor leagues; I was throwing strikes. So that's what I want to do this spring training, is continue to do that, pound the zone, force early contact and keep the ball on the ground."

Buchanan is scheduled to pitch the team's Grapefruit League opener Tuesday against the Yankees.


Giants' Bochy: Hunter Strickland 'needs to get a little smarter'
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Giants pitcher Hunter Strickland is ready to learn from his mistakes from the tail end of his 2014 season.

Starting strong once he was called up from Double-A Richmond, Strickland gave up six home runs in the postseason. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said the remedy to put Strickland back on track is simple. 

"He needs to get a little smarter," Bochy said, per MLB.com.  

Strickland will be competing for a spot in the bullpen during spring training. His fastball is a strength, though it's a matter of his command improving on the mound. 

"The failures are what make guys better, I feel like," Strickland said. "I feel like they made me better. Just being in tune with yourself and knowing who you are and what you've got to do. In this game, you're not going to make it too far if you don't have confidence. If you don't believe in yourself, who else is going to believe in you?"


Mets' Nieuwenhuis, den Dekker competing for roster spot
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Mets left-handed hitters Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Matt den Dekker will be battling for one roster spot this spring, MLB.com reports.

While Nieuwenhuis is out of options, manager Terry Collins indicated that den Dekker has responded to the team's request that he reduce his strikeouts when sent to Triple-A last season.

"We'll just see how it translates this spring into what kind of an offensive player he can be," Collins said of den Dekker. "We know he's got the defensive skills."

Collins said that whichever outfielder shows the most promise will make the initial 25-man roster.

"He plays the game right. He's fearless," Collins said of Nieuwenhuis. "But right now, we've got to get some offense from one of those two guys. Which one of those two guys is going to be able to come off the bench as a pinch-hitter? The best closers in our division are all right-handed, so the left-handed hitter off that bench is going to be a big piece."


Stephen Strasburg wants to stay with Nationals
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Though Stephen Strasburg's agent Scott Boras denied a report that he wanted to be traded in January, the right-handed pitcher said himself that he wants to remain with the Nationals and has no issues with the organization. 

"I haven't said anything like that," Strasburg said in an interview with MLB.com. "I don't feel like that. You have to accept it because that's how the system works. It's like they pick up on any little thing and they twist it. Some people want to turn it to see how many clicks they can get on the webpage."

Strasburg is set to be the ace of a deep rotation that looks to be on of the best in baseball this coming season. With the Nationals winning their second divisional title in the past three seasons, Strasburg said he's happy with the organization. 

"It's the team that drafted me. I love the players here, I love D.C. Winning cures everything, that's for sure," Strasburg said. "I'm excited to be part of the resurgence so far. It's great to see the type of players we bring in here every year. The expectations keep going up and up. Hopefully, we can do big things this year."


 
 
 
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